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Windows 7: Display track times (FLACs) in WMP

29 Jul 2012   #11
boohbah

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7600
 
 

i agree with jimbo, i dont use any of the library features in winamp, i select an album from my music folders and play all, its very easy
there are a few handy plugins for winamp also.

Winamp Essentials Pack v5.63 - Winamp

this one has a really nice red file icon

Winamp Icon Pack - Modern I - Winamp


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